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Where is my female?

Where is my female?
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Copyright: Michael Alfaro N (guascaro) Silver Note Writer [C: 0 W: 0 N: 33] (199)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2006-07-22
Categories: Amphibians
Exposure: f/5.7
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2007-06-16 10:18
Viewed: 4044
Points: 10
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note
This Hourglass tree frog I found it during a field trip that I was studying about sounds and photos of these beautiful creatures.

This one was looking around trying to find its female, hopefully it got lucky, because I didnt stay for a long time, but believe me it was singing and singing producing so much beautiful sounds that it was for sure that tonight was the night.

Enjoy so much, and see more pics soon....

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To LordPotty: thank youguascaro 1 06-19 10:33
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Hi Michael,
This is an amazing photo of a truly beautiful frog.
Your composition,colour and detail is all perfect.
A very good note too.
I think a lot of people missed this one because they didn't see what it was from the thumbnail. A shame because it is a wonderful photo.
Thanks very much for showing us.
Cheers, Steve

I am in total agreement with Steve. Sometimes some of the best work can get lost in this maze of pictures we have here. Your work certainly deserves merit and I am glad to give it to you sir.

Washington State

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  • joey Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1739 W: 224 N: 6872] (24909)
  • [2007-06-19 13:13]

Hi Michael,
superb shot of this frog.
Sharp and well composed.
Well done,

Very colorful frog you have captured in the night.
Good lighting, color, and focus.
I could see cropping out some of the blurry moss on the right and then the frog would not be so centered and the blurry moss would be less distracting.
I see you come from beautiful Costa Rica. Pura Vida!

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  • kjpweb Gold Star Critiquer [C: 326 W: 86 N: 1084] (4788)
  • [2007-08-11 14:09]

Excellent, Michael! Thanks to Steve I found it and am happy I did! Great capture with wonderful colors and light! Kudos!
Cheers, Klaus

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